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Academic & Professional Books  Ornithology  Birds of Africa

Ornithology for Africa A Text for Users on the African Continent

By: GL Maclean
310 pages, 16 colour plates (144 colour photos), 115 line figures, 40 tables
Ornithology for Africa
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  • Ornithology for Africa ISBN: 9780869807378 Hardback Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Ornithology for Africa ISBN: 9780869807712 Paperback Dec 1990 Out of Print #16244
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Based on a series of lectures, this is a comprehensive introduction to ornithology in Africa, and in particular, the southern half of the continent. Chapters cover the origin of birds, flight, feeding adaptations, zoogeography, ecology, migration, behaviour and breeding biology.

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By: GL Maclean
310 pages, 16 colour plates (144 colour photos), 115 line figures, 40 tables
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